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Sites Where Musicians can Post and Share Their Songs You can promote your music through Facebook. Facebook has a huge fan base with many individuals interacting. You can upload your song to your Facebook account and share it with your friends. Your friends on Facebook will download it and listens to it then shares it again with their other friends . Your song is going to be listened by even thousands of people with as short period as the cycle of sharing continues. apart from that you can create a page specifically for uploading your latest tracks so that your fans can find them and looks to them. With the increase in the number of viewers and followers you are eventually going to be famous. YouTube is an also an excellent place to share your songs. YouTube is rated as one the most popular search engines in the world. It has very many viewers because of its reliability you can easily find the song you want. First, you have to create an account and upload your songs on the YouTube. After hearing about you may be from a friend or a radio station the first place to look for you will always be YouTube. In the process you can familiarize themselves as you get many likes and shares on the YouTube. The viewers can also listen to your songs and in turn share them with this social sites like Facebook, Twitter, Yahoo and this helps you grow your fan base.
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Radio stations and Television channels is also a better place to share your music. You can distribute your Mp3 and Video songs to this stations so that they can play them. A lot of people will start looking for you with the aim of identifying who you are once they have listened to your songs. You can even organize for an interview with one of the radio stations or TV channels and them about you music. You will possibly get more than 10,000 fans from just a single interview. Pandora, Bandcamp, Last.Fm, Thesixtyone, MySpace, Sound cloud are some of the favorite online music websites. This site promotes the upcoming artist by giving them a chance to upload their music for free and then makes them accessible. The artists are not paying even a dime in the uploading and listening to their songs. The sites are flooded with fans, and since they are not charged for playing the songs this makes the song to be known by many people. The sites are free.

Donna Mitchell